> >From the readings that top is showing the server is under almost no|
> load .16 ( if this was when there were some TC's connected to it). Why
> don't you post what the make/model number of your switch is.
>From what I can remember the switch is a BayStack, I don't know what the model number is. It has 24 ports that are 10/100's and a Cu Gigabit uplink.
> >From the error that Jperf is throwing you do not have Java installed on
> your server. This is just about a must. So,, do an ' yum install java '
> then your Jperf will run without a hitch on your server.
yum install java doesn't work. You have to go to the site and download the rpm.....
I haven't done it yet, but I plan to.
Yesterday I had my server "heavy" day. Things worked at normal speeds. I am not sure what happened last week. However the server was extremely slow. I used the System Monitor and watched it all day.
Yesterday, when things were slow it was either: a lot of network usage or CPU usage, but not both.
In the morning the students were on Window boxes using Flash and Samba. I think some of them were working directly off of the server: saving/executing. I think that might have slowed things down. I asked them to copy the file onto their desktops and work from there and then save it to their folders. It seemed to work a bit better.
During the afternoon (they were on a Linux box), there was no noticable lag. I also asked the students to try to use Opera instead of Firefox. They complained a bit but it was nice to see the CPU numbers go down.
I'm hoping that it'll stay this way for at least the rest of the week. =]
Thanks for all your help!